Posted by sean on December 31, 2005 at 12:22 am in Geek Stuff with No Comments

My new Acer AT3201W LCD TV arrived Friday morning, totally unexpected as it wasn’t due to be delivered until Tuesday next week. I got a call at work from home asking if I had indeed ordered a 32” television and to say that the City Link courier driver was not impressed that nobody was available to help him unload the item, surely they should have slat trucks on the van?

Anyway, after unpacking from a massive box and a great deal of effort getting the thing up two flights of stairs my new piece of kit is now installed and very impressive it is too.

The picture quality is first class, a friend of mine had a plasma television and while some AV enthusiasts may disagree with me, I can’t notice a difference in picture quality compared with my LCD TV.

The TV has almost every input you could desire, RGB Scart, S-Video, Composite, VGA and DVI/HDCP (one for the future – High Definition Television) which is great as my previous telly just had an aerial and scart socket.

A full, professional and in-depth review of my television can be found here. It has scored pretty highly and came recommended to me from AV Forums, a message board full of Hi-Fi nuts who probably all have £20,000 overdrafts to pay for their appliances. They do know their stuff though.

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